3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S
In MGM Grand
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Las Vegas Blvd: The Strip
Sun-Thurs 5:30-10pm; Fri-Sat 5:30-10:30pm
NileGuide Expert tip:
Prix fixe menus come in 6, 8, or 16 courses.
Joel Robuchon was named the "Chef of the Century," and he holds the record for the most Michelin Stars received. His namesake restaurant in Las Vegas is the only Vegas restaurant with the Michelin Three Star. It's also the winner of Forves Five Star, the AAA Five Diamond, and a host of other accolades. For serious foodies, this is a destination worthy of giving up some gambling money—and if you plan on eating here, you should come prepared for a very expensive meal.
The classic French dishes are served a la carte or prix fixe, and prix fixe meals begin at $115.00 per person. Chef Robuchon changes the menus seasonally. The restaurant's specialties are La Langoustine, Le Bar, and Le Mojito. The menu's most expensive item is the $385.00 16-course Degustation, an amazing presentation of classically prepared French foods.
This is fine dining in the first degree. The décor is 1930s era Paris, there's a dress code, and the restaurant will arrange for limo service. Described often as "European," the small restaurant offers limited seating. Reservations are a must.